jawline


Also found in: Dictionary.

jawline

(jô′līn′)
n.
The line formed by the lower jaw.
References in periodicals archive ?
She was marked down for having a weaker chin and jawline than Meghan.
Last year, she admitted that she'd used a 'tiny bit of filler' to create a new jawline after insisting she always felt 'self-conscious' about her original one.
Once upon a time a poor, beleaguered author, who wore Lycra, push-up bras and came with a faint whiff of Eau De Cabbage, met a bloke with a square jawline, an arrogant swagger and few redeeming features Love, Shari x
STEP 4: Add more blood if needed and put a bit more colour on your face with green, red and black make-up, particularly on your lips and jawline.
Some of the traits, like the size and shape of the mouth were linked to "approachability", the eyes were related to youthfulness, and tanned skin, and a strong jawline were linked to masculinity.
She is described as being around 5ft 4ins tall, of slim build with short black hair that has recently been cut to her jawline.
I am 53 years old, I look after my skin but the signs of ageing were showing - dropped jawline, sagging neck, which I hated.
Reviva Labs DMAE Firming Fluid, for face, throat, and jawline is available in leading Health Food and Cosmetic stores.
SLACK JOWLS WE can blame the ageing process for slackened skin, but your desk posture can add to sagging jawline woes.
Sitting with your head bent slightly forward staring at a keyboard, laptop or iPad screen, may shorten the neck muscles and increase the gravitational pull on the jawline eventually leading to the formation of jowls, Khaleej Times reported.
The second was a lightskinned black man in his early to mid 30s, tall with black hair with a distinctive scar on his left cheekbone to his jawline and is possibly known as 'Billy'.
In one of a half-dozen such offerings, mitzvah tantz (difficult to translate beyond "mitzvah dance"), a bride, dressed and veiled so that the only skin you see are her hands and a flash of bare jawline, grips a long sash that serves both as an umbilical attachment and a barrier to the dancing rebbe at the other end: From a modest but breached distance, the two circle each other at mismatched tempos in front of a pulsating wall of Hasidim.